Daily Republic Sports
The Mitchell Black teener baseball team picked up a pair of wins against Aberdeen and Yankton on Tuesday in Mitchell. Mitchell beat Aberdeen 10-2 and outlasted Yankton 7-6. Against Yankton, Cody Gillen hit a leadoff triple in the bottom of the seventh inning and scored on Brady Hawkins' game-winning hit. Hawkins started for Mitchell and recorded 10 strikeouts in six innings pitched. Against Aberdeen, Jackson Sadler started on the mound for Mitchell, allowing one hit in three innings pitched. Hawkins went 3-for-4 and Gillen went 1-for-2 with an RBI.
The Mitchell White teener baseball team grabbed two wins Monday at Yankton before dropping a pair of contests against Huron Tuesday night. The wins at Yankton came in 14-6 and 11-9 contests, while Tuesday's games were 9-2 and 6-5 losses at Huron. At Yankton, in game one, Tucker Vilhauer and Masen Thompson were both 2-for-3, with Thompson adding a double. Tucker Vilhauer pitched and got the win, throwing three innings, allowing seven hits and striking out two. Kade Neugebauer earned the long save, throwing three innings and allowing two hits.
ALEXANDRIA—Madison scored in six different innings to beat Alexandria 12-4 in a Legion baseball game on Tuesday in Alexandria. Aaron Wenande went 1-for-4 with a double and two RBIs, while Josh Feiner added two hits. Levi Doyle had an RBI in the loss. Feiner took the loss on the mound for Alexandria. Feiner pitched six innings, allowing 12 hits, nine runs (seven earned) and recorded eight strikeouts. Madison finished with 16 hits, three errors and 12 runners left on base, while Alexandria had five hits, three errors and nine runners left on base.
BROOKINGS—In the first summer swim meet on the season, two Mitchell Aquatic Club swimmers won their respective age groups at the Brookings High Point Invitational this weekend in Brookings. Karlie Tiede won the 17-18 girls age group by winning three events—the 50-meter freestyle, 100 freestyle and 200 breaststroke. Tiede also took second in the the 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle and 200 individual medley.
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DETROIT—Since becoming the Detroit Lions starting left tackle in 2013, Riley Reiff has been a mainstay in the position responsible for protecting quarterback Matthew Stafford's backside. Heading into the team's final three days of mandatory minicamp, which begins today and concludes on Thursday, it appears the Parkston native may be moving back to right tackle.
TABOR—Cole Uecker pitched a complete game one-hitter in Tabor's 16-1 win over Wagner in a Legion baseball game on Monday in Tabor. Tabor recorded 15 hits in the win and were led by Tanner Van Driel, who finished with four hits, while Sawyer Schmitz added three hits in the win. Hunter Hewitt took the loss on the mound for Wagner. Tabor (3-4) plays Crofton, Nebraska on Wednesday in Crofton, Nebraska.
WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis.—Mitchell's Corn Palace Area volleyball club 15 maximum power team placed third at the 2016 Midwest Festival National Tournament on Sunday in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. There were 28 teams in Mitchell's division of the tournament. Mitchell sophomore Mackenzie Miller was named to the all-tournament team. Other members on the team are: Bridget Thill, Mandy Schmidt, Tess Limberg, Chelsea Brewster, Carly Haring, Faith Tyler and Sage Jorgensen. The team is coached by Amy Tyler.
HUMBOLDT—Humboldt/Hartford outlasted McCook/Miner 6-5 in a Legion baseball game on Monday in Humboldt. Humboldt/Hartford scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning and held McCook/Miner scoreless in the top of the seventh inning for the win. Jordan Genzlinger took the loss for M/M. Genzlinger allowed five runs, four earned, off seven hits in four innings pitched. Tanner Miller and Collin Cleveland each had a double, while Ross Rolling finished with three hits and an RBI. Miller had two RBIs, while Cleveland and Genzlinger each had an RBI.
MADISON—A youth Mitchell tennis team won the 14 and under doubles tournament at the Madison One Day Classic on Sunday in Madison. Freshman Kaden Jerke and eighth-grader Cameron Miller won all three matches in straight sets. Jerke won the consolation championship in the singles tournament on Saturday, while Miller fell in the quarterfinals.